What's Included

  • Present the student with the direction in each step.

    This program should be taught using backward chaining. This means that you will prompt the student through all steps and ONLY the last step will you take data on. Once the last step is mastered you wi...

  • Present the child with the Sd "Pick up the laces"

    This program should be taught using backward chaining. This means that you will prompt the student through all steps and ONLY the last step will you take data on. Once the last step is mastered you wi...

  • Present the child with the Sd "Cross the laces (make an x)"

    This program should be taught using backward chaining. This means that you will prompt the student through all steps and ONLY the last step will you take data on. Once the last step is mastered you wi...

  • Present the child with the Sd "Put a lace in each hand"

    This program should be taught using backward chaining. This means that you will prompt the student through all steps and ONLY the last step will you take data on. Once the last step is mastered you wi...

  • Present the child with the Sd "Put one lace under the other lace, and pull tight"

    This program should be taught using backward chaining. This means that you will prompt the student through all steps and ONLY the last step will you take data on. Once the last step is mastered you wi...

  • Present the child with the Sd "Make a loop with one lace"

    This program should be taught using backward chaining. This means that you will prompt the student through all steps and ONLY the last step will you take data on. Once the last step is mastered you wi...

  • Present the child with the Sd "Wrap the other lace around the loop"

    This program should be taught using backward chaining. This means that you will prompt the student through all steps and ONLY the last step will you take data on. Once the last step is mastered you wi...

  • Present the child with the Sd "Push the lace that was wrapped around the loop through the opening (where your thumb is)"

    This program should be taught using backward chaining. This means that you will prompt the student through all steps and ONLY the last step will you take data on. Once the last step is mastered you wi...

  • Present the child with the Sd "Pull it through while pulling the other loop in the opposite direction, at the same time"

    This program should be taught using backward chaining. This means that you will prompt the student through all steps and ONLY the last step will you take data on. Once the last step is mastered you wi...